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cards to start with, richard fong and then paul manning. there were cards on the table. if not,, if you just want to get in line as we have two cards. richard, come on up. >> good morning, commissioners, commissioner fong speaking again, i had the pleasure of attending the palace of fine art community meeting on the 12th and i thought they were going to do pretty good work, so in retrospect, i look at it and i don't quite agree with the layout, so i don't know what that's going to do, so through the chair, commissioner, allan low, i think you're on the committee as such, i would like to see if i can bring in some recommendations that might enhance the development. we had a list of different people, jan was there, she's the executive director, there was a lot of people there, very high dignitary people, even jim lazarus was there, when i took a look at what they had planned out, they had architects where the explore tor yum is going to leave, so the planning that would be looked at, they want to open up the middle of that building, it's like a part of a hanger, so they were thinking abou
. as paul was trying to drive away. you see francisco and another man wearing a striped shirt come up to the car and pull paul out. the man in the striped shirt gets paul into a headlock and a man falls to the ground. that man is francisco, because he's just been shot by paul. who had been in a headlock. >> is this a stand your ground self-defense kind of thing? >> investigators are saying that paul shot francisco in self-defense and he's not going to face any charges. francisco, on the other hand, was shot in the stomach and he does face charges and jail time for this altercation. over a gas pump. >>> big time shopping no-no. this is surveillance footage from a shopping center in china. pay close attention to this escalator. >> whoa! >> what the heck was that? >> that was a shopping cart that almost hit this small child. a mom and a small child had just stopped. it looks like she was fixing his coat and this shopping cart just shot off of the escalator barely missing this small child. >> it was on the escalator? it was one of those escalators that carry your cart up or down for you?
. >>> the unitarian church in dc to hear hick speak. they are supporters of paul manning. they join with koontz in demanding freedom of the soldier now. >> i think incarceration under torture rouse conditions without being been charged or found guilty of anything for this long period of time is an abomination. >> i think it's a violation of american principles to treat prisoners this way no matter what they have done. in this case seems to have done something very important. >>> that was wtvg reporting. if convicted manning convicts of life in prison his trial is expected to begin in mid march. >> time for the brew on this question of the day responses. the recent nfl murder suicide sparking a major debate about gun control in this country. we wanted to know if you think tougher gun laws would help lower crime. here are some of your responses. michael tweeted: >> she nearly got away with robbery. you won't believer how this criminal got caught. the good, the bad and the ugly is next. >> would you consider your family christmas normal? we have been asking you to send your most bizarre family pho
to my man, paul, the only slave so treated. she and her son, by her first marriage, payne todd, who plays the role of foil to jennings in the book, payne todd had every advantage in life and squander them, jennings had no vangs, but managed to carve out a life of meaning, nevertheless. dolly and her son, payne, were selling slaves a mere two months after her husband died. now, in 1838, dolly madison moved back to washington. she owned a house on i lafayette square, a block and a half from the white house. jeepings was a member of the -- jennings was a member of the staff so like it or not, he went back to washington too. he had come of age in washington, serving on the madison domestic staff from age 10 to age 18. he had considered running away when that period of time was up, but instead, in the end, went back to montpelier. after all, that was his home too. he was not ready to never see his mother and other kin again, and he was the only eyewitness who left an account at the desk of james madison, but now, dolly madison was selling month peelier, and that separated jennings from h
... pooice shoot and kill a man in & baltimore county ....paul gessllr joins us live ffom the & gas station where thh shooting took place... ppace...to tell us why pooicee say ttey were forced to ssoot . paul-- -3 3 you wouldn'' know it if you were just driving by......or pumping gas at ttis shell & tation.but, early thii morning, baatimore county police say a man wenn aftee one of their officers with a weepon. weappn. 3 aa saturday turred to sunday in catonsville, baltimore county police say they oticed "observed a suspicious man behind the shell station."it's unclear whht that mmn was doing behind thii gas station here on he corner of edmondson avenue and north bend roaa.neighbors say nearby westgaae park-- across the baltimore city llne-- is rarely see trouble.catty - patton, baltiioreeco. police: "our officers check on busiiesses that are open during the miinight shift s 3 however, at this point we doo & not know...why he was therr." police say they asked the man - to leave.cathy batton, - bbltimore co. police: "he apporachhd the man, skkd him
. no. well, paul somebody did. the man from mars ate it again. somebody or something is lurking around this house. oh, ruth, you're just letting your imagination run away from you. am i? well will see about that. explosives have to be handled very carefully, timmy. you can't come with us this time lassie, because we're gonna dynamite a tree stump and it's too dangerous. so you just stay here and play until we make it back. come on, timmy. will you back in time for supper? plenty of time. ruth, please be careful with that shotgun, promise? oh, don't you worry about me. this time when i put some food on the table it's gonna stay there. are you and mom having ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ now, dynamite's all set. as soon as i light this we'll go the other side of the truck for that extra ounce of prevention. because of pieces of flying wood and things. correct. go on. let's go. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ it's lassie. timmy come back here. lassie! lassie! timmy, duck. duck! ♪ ♪ ar
like mike lee, ted cruz, marco rubio, ron johnson, pat toomey and rand paul. yeah, rand paul, the man who wants to abolish virtually every government agency and restore the gold standard. with jim demint gone, i guess you could look at rand paul as the de facto leader of the tea party senators. establishment republicans, they ought to be nervous. senator lindsey graham looked like he was in a state of shock on the senate floor today. >> i met with jim demint this morning, and i, to say i was stunned is an understatement. he has always been a friend. somebody i could count on. personally, we've really enjoyed our time together. and i just -- i was stunned this morning. >> the tea party has poisoned, i think, the well of the senate and the republican ideology. the gop is so far out of the mainstream right now you can hardly recognize them from ten years ago. a new quinnipiac poll shows americans support raising taxes on the wealthy 65% to 31%. republicans, i think they're in the wilderness. they face a changing demographical situation in this country they don't know how to deal with. th
'll continue our conversation series in the days to come. we get a very different take on this. paul krug man is a nobel prize winning economist at princeton university and a columnist for the "new york times." he joins us now. ers kin bowles may be one of the people you have written about in the past who you called deficit... who were touting a phantom menace known as the fiscal cliff. am i right about that? >> fiscal cliff is not a phantom menace. the deficit right now is. the notion that something terrible will happen if we don't deal with the deficit right away. the fiscal cliff is a very different story. that's about reducing the deficit too fast. >> ifill: you call it an austerity bomb. describe what you mean by that. >> what's happening is that we are scheduled, unless something is done basically to do to ourselves gratuitously what has been happening to some of the european economies. we're going to have substantial spending cuts, substantial tax increases at a time when the dme is still very weak. of course that's a recipe for sliding back into recession. we set ourselves up with the
decamp called thegxd!ya franklink o coverup. it's absolutely ÷ incredible. he represented a man named paul binosi who testifies he was taken to bohemian grove and things like that happened to him. i'm telling you what, we better all unite on3qjt one. this is incredible, i mean really. well, my text for today is can we put this up, mr. px= kkqÑñ is found in the book of romans, and it says, in due time christ died for the ungodly. and this is the genius of christianity. the '( "Ñdk christ died in due time. if i was toy&ihe%djxjá÷ say michael akino was going to die today, in eating a cheeseburger at mcdonald's in san francisco wearing a white being betrayed by his familiar friend and he keels over dead today and he findl( kÑ in his.m vesture a handwritten note by antone who started the church of satan you would say that's interesting. if i was to say that's goingqj@ happen 478 minutes from now -- but when dealing with biblical prophesy we're dealing with 450 year i christ and in the oldj"( Átestament for r
decamp called thegxd!ya franklik coverup. incredible. he represented a man named paul binosi who testifies he was taken to bohemian grove and things like that happened to him. i'm telling you what, we better all unite on3qjt one. this is incredible, i mean really. well, my text for today is can we put this up, mr. px= kkqÑñ is found in the book of romans, and it says, in due time christ died for the ungodly. and this is the genius of christianity. christ died in due time. if i was toy&ihe%djxjá÷ say mico was going to die today, in eating a cheeseburger at mcdonald's in san francisco wearing a white being betrayed by his familiar friend and he keels over dead friend and he keels overkÑ in h. started the church of satan you would say that's interesting. happen 478 minutes from now -- but when dealing with biblical prophesy we're dealing with 450 christ and in the oldj"( Átestat for removed prophesies we're dealing over aeaj=q span of a thousand years, where dodd gives various prophesies such as the]> the crucifixion in psalm 22 they cast lots for my vesture. prais
next on the list where he served under the legendary paul brown and an old school football man who passed on walsh when it was time to name a successor, leaving the bengals for a year in san diego before getting his first chance as a head coach. >> and there were those in the league that did not think i was head coach material to let everybody know it, including paul brown, who i had worked for. so it was difficult all the way through. then my big break, of course, they came at stanford university. >> paul brown's loss was stanford's game. under walsh, they won successive bowl games. parallelling the 49ers team, declining to the league's depths. under the new owner, unpopular general manager, they went through three coaches in two years. >> they asked me when i first went to stanford if i would be the head coach of the 49ers. of course, i had nothing to do with it. but then they decided that they needed to revamp the whole thing and i was right there. and we met. and we made it happen. >> reporter: but not right away. walsh's first team equaled the franchise record for the fertilit
is the is rand paul in that calculous? >> well, that's a great question epic politics man. [ laughing ] >> cenk: absolutely. that's right. into >> cenk: that was moment. vice president gore calls him epic. >> i interviewed eric sheidler and he was trying to spout some nonsense about planned parenthood and their so-called-- >> they make 47% from their bogues. >> i have the numbers in had front of me. you're making it up. it's only 15% of they are revenue. >> i love that. >> wait, wait, wait. >> making that up. >> no, you were 100% right. that's what i love. in fact, that's exactly what we said we would do. if you remember on the first day, let's go to e-11 here we promised this for you in the show. >> things that are banned from this show. there are no talking points allowed. there is no teleprompter, so i get the conservatives can't complain about that. and you know what else is banned? being out front in in front of the establishment. we will not be playing softball with the politicians and taking what they say at face value. who are we? we're proud and progressive. there is no question about
, for years congressman paul ryan has been on a one-man crusade against the so-called takers in america. >> we're going to a majority of takers versusmakers in america. we can become a society where the net majority of americans are takers not makes. get a hand up, not a hand out. teach a man how to fish, feed himself for a life. don't feed fish. >> don't feed fish. on tuesday, ryan began another one-man crusade against poverty. we'll examine paul ryan's unique brand of compassionate conservatism next on "now." [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus presents the cold truth. i have a cold... i took dayquil, but i still have a runny nose. [ male announcer ] truth is, dayquil doesn't work on runny noses. what? [ male announcer ] it doesn't have an antihistamine. really? [ male announcer ] really. alka-seltzer plus cold and cough fights your worst cold symptoms, plus has a fast acting antihistamine to relieve your runny nose. [ sighs ] thank you! [ male announcer ] you're welcome. that's the cold truth! [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus. ♪ oh what a relief it is! ♪ [ male announcer ] to lear
to the golden rule when the audience is a billing. dr. paul has been a man of principle for decades and can articulate these positions. he brings in the young people. he spoke at the university of michigan back in 2007. he has been courageous in favor of a true free-market capitalism and of foreign policy that is ethical and moral and puts america first. i think in retirement from congress, he will be effective and perhaps we will see greater things coming from him. host: somebody mentioned the former governor of michigan, jennifer granholm, on twitter. she was nominated among others for the political year of 2012. caller: hi. good morning and merry christmas and happy new year. my hero is obama. he is a man who stands by his word. he puts people first over politics. he ran on raising taxes. he knows it is the right thing to do. everybody needs to carry on and do their part to keep our country strong. you can perceive him as a human being. you can see the humanity in his face as the shares of people their sorrows. host: what are you looking for him to do in his next term? caller: to stand b
. paul. i heard a loud voice from the throne saying, behold the dwelling place of god is within man. he will dwell with them, and they will be his people, and gone will be with them as their god. -- god will be with them as their god. he shall wipe away every year from their eyes, and to death shall be no more. neither shall there be morning or crying -- mourning or crying or pain. he who was seated on the throne said, behold, i am making all things, and a decrease of our lord, jesus christ, the love it -- made the grace of our lord, jesus christ, the love of our god, and the holy spirit be with you all. amen. i asked you to please take your seats until i can receive confirmation the president has safely exited and now the school campus. i do not know who that confirmation is going to come from. allow me to say while we wait for that we encourage all of you on behalf of the town clergy, give to one another all the love and care and support you can, and clergy will be available for you at this time at the platform for a time of prayer according to teachings and believes, so please wait u
are endless. we're going to talk to the man steve with paul's wine and spirit. he joins us now to talk about all this and the ways you can celebrate without spending all your money. >> either way you want to do it. >> we're going to start off if you are on a budget, how should you handle this? >> all champaign is sparkling wine but not all sparkling wine is champaign. not quite as complex as real french champaign. anywhere under $15 you can find a lot of great values. next we have americans. one from new mexico for gruet. can be made anywhere in the world. one from california. 14 to 15 to $16. then the most popular sparkling wine right now on the market is perceco. it's light and festive great for sunday brunch. all under $15. and then we have the true french champaigns. we have the high end don perion. anywhere from 30 up to $150 a bottle. >> if you are doing this, as far as champaigns, what should you do? how do you know what kind of champaign you are going to need? >>> let's distinguish what you want to spend. and then we can go to your budget. >> how do you know which one you are going t
for having had emily in it. pope john paul ii sending an inspirational christmas message . one that speaks louder than words and all what it had to do with the man on the right. >> and run away shopping cart with . but you will see there is a child in the cart . millions of americans, preparing to reach the holiday destination . the weather may not cooperate with the plans. meteorologist maria mowill you pleasa in the extreme weather center. stay close. i always wait until the last minute. can i still ship a gift in time r christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. ship fedex express by december 22nd for christmas delivery. you know how painful heartburn can be. for fast, long lasting relief, use doctor recommended gaviscon®. only gaviscon® forms a protective barrier that helps block stomach acid from splashing up- relieving the pain quickly. try fast, long lasting gaviscon®. share "not even close." share "you owe me..." share "just right." the share everything plan. shareable data across 10 devices with unlimit
. >> rose: welcome, great to have you. >> thank you lz also hear paul rud and lessie man who also stars in its film and just happens to be his wife this is a sequel. >> sort of sequel. >> rose: what does sort of mean? >> well, you remember there was mary tyler moore. >> rose: yeah. >> and then you got roda, or cheers, then there was frasier. >> rose: yeah. >> it's a spin-off. >> rose: a spin-off more than a sequel. >> we're lou grant, that is who we are. >> rose: you were minor characters in the knocked up. >> uh-huh. >> rose: and now you graduated to be the-- front and center. >> front and center. >> rose: what is its story line? >> well, it is about pete and debbie, five or six years after knocked up. >> rose: yeah. >> and the basic con seat is they are spinning a lot of plates. we notice that all of our friends are trying to be, you know, good spouses, good parents, take care of their family, take care of their health, deal with like the world and that everyone has no time and is having a nervous breakdown. so this is the week they both turn 40 and assess how it is going. >> rose: an
an old paul and his body man with a gun facing off with a guy with mutton chop side burns. that is the republican party. >> it's supposed to be a grassroots movement. >> that is the republican party and that's the problem. this is a party in complete disarray. they are essentially still the same thing they were before, the plutocrats, the evangelicals, and the sort of archi bunker guys. none of them can agree on what the party is supposed to stand for. the only thing they agree on is they don't believe in raising taxes even if it means just raising taxes on 400,000 people which is what john boehner proposed. literally only raise taxes on 400,000 people. they can't even do that. >> it also seems boehner and mcconnell continue even get on the same page. i can say when, hogan, when my party was going through this in the aftermath of a certain election, we had a situation where democratic leaders tried to at least get on the same page, and i don't feel like that's what we're hearing or seeing, but you know what? we'll give it some time. you have got some time. joy, i want to a
will find that. you'll see the very early years that jean paul spend when he was learning paris couture. eglin said this young man looking very serious as he sits -- you will see this young man looking very serious as he sits and you will realize this is not a miracle. there was a solid basis. the other thing i want to say is that, you know, they're not many designers are around here changed the course of history. because when it comes to fashion, yes, there are lots of things that we see. lots of excitement, lots of fralala going on, but we do not often see things that you realize have captured the moment in time. and that is what i think you'll find in this exhibition. but i do not want to talk anymore, because those are actually some of the believes that you have come to listen to jean paul gaultier and not suzy menkes. [laughter] so jean paul, i really wanted to ask you, thinking we're going through the exhibition from the beginning, the power you give women with the sexuality with the corsets, that actually was very much a reflection of what was going on when you did it. can you te
volcker is the man who could find fault with the mona lisa. [laughter] paul volcker made a living saying no. he said no to gold in 1971, he said to to inflation in 1979, and he said to to commercial bank speculation in 2010. but the underlying theme, the underlying storyline is trust which, by the way, is the title of the last chapter of book. it is six pages. you can go directly there, and you can skip all the stories if you want. when president obama appointed him, chairman of the president's economic recovery advisory board, prab, wrote paul volcker a three-word letter. that letter still sits in a chrome frame on his desk. it says: we trust you. and in this book i show how paul volcker earned that trust and follow up with the lessons. and i'm going to start at the beginning. paul volcker learned about trust as a child. his father, paul volcker sr., was the town manager of -- [inaudible] new jersey from 1930-1950, and he had a quotation from george washington hanging in a frame behind his desk. it's an obscure quote from a letter george washington wrote to his officers who at the time
on this thing cou. the man who charles wants to put on hold the cards, paul ryan, cave like at $2 suitcase on in this. what about hensarling? >> it is the job of the president above all on this -- . >> the president has not lead on this, put the tax bills began in the house -- >> ryan offered a plan, the president offered nothing. >> she will be one of the top members of my national security team. >> john kerry says will have noomment on thseetarof stat process. he wants to be the next secretary of state. >> he probably will be the next secretary of state, and a fairly decent one. but this makes me kind of sad. >> this is a nice thing? riceon't know -- the susan thing? >> i don't know if she would have made a great secretary of state. some people say her elbows are too sharp. but i know her a little bit the benghazi tng she was hung out dry on was the only thing the republicans had after the election to wave the red flag. i don't think it amounted to a hill of beans take it was no different from condoleezza rice, who had been involved in all kinds of things after 9/11 -- >> she could have
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